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The City of Milwaukee is committed to supporting the health, wellness and safety of its employees and their families. The City’s Wellness program includes a wide range of programs, services and resources including an onsite wellness center, traveling wellness center sites, year round coaching, access to registered dieticians, educational sessions, group fitness classes and department specific initiatives as well as an onsite Workplace Clinic and Injury Prevention Clinic. The City's goal is to establish a workplace culture that enhances employee lives and offers all the tools necessary to meet employees wherever they’re at on their road to good health, making sure employees are well at work, well at home and well into retirement.
Update 3.18.20: Due to the latest developments with the COVID-19 outbreak, the City is taking every precaution to keep employees safe, including temporarily suspending all in person health and wellness programming (aside from the Workplace Clinic). Telephonic and virtual options will continue to be available.
As the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve, Froedtert Workforce Health is taking steps to allocate provider staff where it is needed the most and will be closing all FastCare Clinics until further notice effective March 17, 2020. Please call your primary care provider or utilize virtual visits through UnitedHealthcare or other virtual care options to get the care you need. If you have symptoms (fever, cough or shortness of breath) or COVID-19 concerns, please call your provider BEFORE visiting a health care facility. The onsite Workplace Clinic remains open.
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This service is completely voluntary and employees/spouses can unsubscribe at any time. No replies can be sent through this service. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com for questions or call 414-286-3184.
Click here for important information from DER regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus).
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In a time of uncertainty, it is important to take care of yourself. The following health/wellness services are still available to employees and spouses to help during this time. All employees and spouses are encouraged to take advantage of these resources.
The Workplace Clinic continues to be open to employees and spouses—call first before visiting. Appointments are required for anyone visiting the clinic or coming as a walk-in.
To schedule a telephonic appointment, visit www.workforcehealth.org/cityofmilwaukee and locate the “Healthy Rewards Program” heading. Click on “schedule onsite health & wellness programs”. Questions, call 414-777-3410.
Coaching with health educators:
For telephonic appointment, call 240-549-9879 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact the EAP coordinator at 414-286-3145.
Brief telephonic consultation to address:
Needs assessment with appropriate referral(s):
If employees have questions call toll free 844-360-MDCP (844-360-6327) or email DEFCOM@milwaukee.gov.
Wellness Program Administrator
General Information: (414) 777-3410
City's onsite clinic appointment: (414) 777-3413
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